Issue:  Vol. 44 / No. 48 / 27 November 2014

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SF leaders detail
plan to cut HIV infections to zero

San Francisco leaders have mapped out an aggressive plan to cut new HIV infections by 90 percent come 2020. (read more)

Tree of Hope
moves to cathedral

City Hall's loss is Grace Cathedral's gain. (read more)

Events to mark
World AIDS Day

Events are planned around the Bay Area in the coming days to mark the 26th annual World AIDS Day. (read more)

Pink Saturday's
future still uncertain

The future of Pink Saturday, the pre-Pride street party that draws thousands of people to San Francisco's Castro neighborhood every June, remains uncertain as organizers continue discussing possible changes to the fundraising festival, which has been marred by violence in recent years. (read more)

Mixed reaction to Obama immigration order

LGBT organizations involved in pushing for immigration reform had mixed reactions to President Barack Obama's executive order that would shield millions of people from deportation. (read more)

HRC co-founder charged
with boy's sex abuse

A board member and co-founder of the national Human Rights Campaign with connections to San Francisco is facing charges that he and his ex-boyfriend had sex with a 15-year-old boy. (read more)

Say 'I do' with a romantic Hawaiian getaway

As winter approaches, all I can think about are beaches and sun. (read more)

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More Arts

Theatre - Cyndi &
Harvey put on a show

Cyndi Lauper felt bad when she won a Tony Award last year for Kinky Boots and Harvey Fierstein did not. (read more)

Fine Arts - Escape
to the galleries

With the holiday season descending on us, what could be better than taking refuge in art? Herewith are a few places to escape to in the coming weeks. (read more)

Out There - Getting
to know Pacifica

Time was, Out There tripped the light fantastic. (read more)

Books - Daddy dearest

"If he was sometimes a failure as a parent, he was always a noble failure. He tried to do what he thought was best, even if he didn't always know what 'best' was or how to achieve it." (read more)

Theatre - Swashbuckling thespians

What's worse than overhearing critics dissing your play during intermission? (read more)

Theatre -
Loosey-goosey time

The silhouetted cut-outs of louche businessmen and the women who like louche businessmen are projected on a large screen, greeting us like opening credits as we take our seats for Promises, Promises. (read more)

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